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Publishing E-zines via RSS
By: Rok Hrastnik
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    2005-09-29

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    Using RSS to announce your e-zine via RSS is the simplest and least expensive way to get started with RSS and it will help you make sure that your valuable content in fact does get delivered, at least to the audience using RSS.

    A) THE PROCESS: E-MAIL E-ZINES

    What is the process behind traditional e-zine publishing?

    --> The publisher provides an e-mail e-zine subscription box, in which visitors enter their e-mail addresses, thus giving consent to the publisher to receive his communications and at the same time building his subscriber database.

    --> The e-mail address is saved in the publisher's subscriber database.

    --> The publisher prepares an e-zine issue, usually creating an HTML document with either full-text e-zine issue articles and news or summaries of articles with links to full-text articles on his website.

    --> The HTML document is packaged as an e-mail message by the publishers' e-mail publishing solution and then sent to his subscriber database using e-mail as the delivery channel.

    --> E-mail messages "travel through the Internet" and are either stopped on the way by various spam filters and other "barricades" and are then either deleted automatically or delivered to the subscribers' e-mail accounts.

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